Pacino, Al

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Al Pacino, Facelift
Actor Al Pacino is rumored to have had face work done, such as a brow lift,a facelift, and blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery).

Pacino is one of the elite 10 thespians to have been nominated for both a Supporting and Lead Acting Academy Award in the same year. The other nine are Barry Fitzgerald Fay Bainter, Teresa Wright, Jessica Lange, Sigourney Weaver, Emma Thompson, Holly Hunter, Julianne Moore and Jamie Foxx. Pacino was the second male actor, after Barry Fitzgerald, to have been nominated for both a Best Supporting Actor and a Best Actor Oscar in the same year, the third is actor Jamie Foxx, who was nominated for Best Actor and Best supporting Actor in 2005.

Al Pacino, Plastic Surgery


Recent photos have shown Pacino with a rather tight forehead free of horizontal creases, no nasolabial folds (those are the smile lines that emanate to the corner of the mouth to the edges of the nose) which are improved with a facelift, and his crow’s feet around his eyes appear to have improved over the last decade. The relatively wrinkle free forehead, mouth and eye areas suggest continuous use of injectables such as Botox, Restylane, and Juvederm, as well as the possibility that Pacino had a laser skin resurfacing procedure using some ablative or non-ablative laser.

Al Pacino’s 88 Minutes Plastic Surgery

The following article is reprinted from Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: Al Pacino’s 88 Minutes Plastic Surgery.

It has been over 35 years since Al Pacino played young Michael Corleone in the classic movie The Godfather and with the film “88:88 Minutes” coming out next weekend, the 58-year old legendary actor seems to have had plastic surgery in a bid to win back his lost youth.

Since sometime in the 1990’s, Make Me Heal believes Al Pacino has partaken in a series of subtle cosmetic surgeries, including a browlift (forehead lift), facelift, and potentially a blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), not to mention skin laser treatments and dermal injections such as Botox, Restylane, or Juvederm. This is evidenced by recent photos showing Pacino’s sunken eyes becoming more refreshed, less sagging around the lower lids, a rather unusually tight neck and jawline without any evidence of sagging that is typical of his age. Moreover, Pacino has a rather tight forehead free of horizontal creases, no nasolabial folds (those are the smile lines that emanate to the corner of the mouth to the edges of the nose) which are improved with a facelift, and his crow’s feet around his eyes appear to have improved over the last decade. The relatively wrinkle free forehead, mouth and eye areas suggest continuous use of injectables such as Botox, Restylane, and Juvederm, as well as the possibility that Pacino had a laser skin resurfacing procedure using some ablative or non-ablative laser. Finally, it is possible that Al Pacino had a rhinoplasty to lift up his tip as his nose tip appears to be narrower than before.

All of this adds to much more than 88:88 minutes of plastic surgery, but the results are relatively attractive and have not taken away from Pacino’s good looks and uniqueness.